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Many veterans choose to return to education after their service in order to find a new skill set that will help them better integrate with civilian life.
The good news is that there is plenty of financial support for veterans returning to education. So, if you are thinking of going back to school once you have finished your term in the armed forces, here are some tips to help you make that idea a reality.
Veterans face a unique challenge when it comes to relating to their civilian classmates who may not understand what they went through in the service.
During your transition into a higher education environment, you can find a community of support, whether through student Veteran organizations or counseling resources offered at your school.
One of the major concerns that many veterans have when returning to higher education is the costs involved and how they are going to cover them.
To help pursue higher education, Veterans can access several benefits, including scholarships and college loan forgiveness programs. Here are some FAQs on scholarships and college grants for Veterans:
You may be able to get benefits through the Post-9/11 GI Bill if you’ve served on active duty for at least 90 days after Sept. 10, 2001, whether your service was continuous (all at once) or interrupted (for shorter periods over time).
VA has two Montgomery GI Bill programs: Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty or Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve.
Montgomery GI Bill Active Duty (MGIB-AD): You may be able to get benefits through MGIB-AD if you served at least two years on active duty, and you:
Montgomery GI Bill Selected Reserve (MGIB-SR): You can get benefits through MGIB-SR if you’re a member of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard Reserve; Army National Guard; or Air National Guard, and you:
You may be able to get help paying for school tuition, testing fees, and advanced licensing and certifications through other VA educational assistance programs. You may also be able to get entrepreneurship training to help start or improve a small business.
Dr. Thomas Kenny,
Chief Compliance Officer